2017 Dronestagram Photography Contest Results

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The 2017 Dronestagram Photography Contest Results Are Mindblowing

You might remember early last month when we posted all of the details on the 2017 International Drone Photography Contest supported by National Geographic. It was the 4th annual Dronestagram Photography contest put on by Dronestagram and their biggest one yet! The results are quite spectacular.

Thousands of entries were submitted from everywhere in the world by talented professional photographers and amateur drone photo enthusiasts.

The competition was judged on creativity and photographic quality by a panel of experts including National Geographic Deputy Director Patrick Witty and Photo editor Jeff Heimsath as well as Emanuela Ascoli, Photo editor of National Geographic France and Dronestagram.

Categories + Winners


1. Provence, summer trim by jcourtial – See Author’s profile

Provence, summer trim by jcourtial Dronestagram
Provence, summer trim by jcourtial

2. Infinite Road to Transylvania by Calin Stan – See Author’s profile

Infinite Road to Transylvania by Calin Stan
Infinite Road to Transylvania by Calin Stan


1. End of the line by Martin Sanchez – See Author’s profile

End of the line by Martin SanchezDronestagram
End of the line by Martin Sanchez

2. Waterlily by helios1412 – See Author’s profile

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Waterlily by helios1412


1. Concrete Jungle by bachirm – See Author’s profile

Concrete Jungle by bachirmDronestagram
Concrete Jungle by bachirm

2. Dawn on Mercury Tower by alexeygo

 Dawn on Mercury Tower by alexeygoDronestagram
Dawn on Mercury Tower by alexeygo


We have decided to create this year a special category, named “Creativity” to reward the amazing creativity of our talented community.

1. Two Moo by LukeMaximoBell – See Author’s profile

Two Moo by LukeMaximoBellDronestagram
Two Moo by LukeMaximoBell

2. Ugo le marin by rga – See Author’s profile

Ugo le marin by rgaDronestagram
Ugo le marin by rga

To see the full list and more please click here.

Written by 

Kelley stumbled her way into the UAV/ drone industry 4 years ago. With a background in business and marketing, she's hoping to leave her mark on the industry by changing the way the world views drones.

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